Can't You Make Them Behave, King George?
All King George the Third ever wanted was for everyone to be as conscientious as he was about obeying the rules! After all, he followed the rules for being a good king: he married a princess, he had heirs, he was careful with his country's money . . . so why were those pesky Americans causing so much trouble? A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year and an IRA/CBC Children's Choice Book. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kimberly.Danielle - LibraryThing
Fritz built the biographical narrative around King George’s need for order and responsibility. Once young George becomes Prince of Wales, he began to mature and decided to be a father to England and ... Read full review
CAN'T YOU MAKE THEM BEHAVE, KING GEORGE?User Review - Kirkus
Why can't you make this one funny, Jean Fritz? Perhaps the fact that we Americans demythologized King George some time back makes the details of his domestic life seem merely trivial and the many faux ... Read full review